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INSITE11 Sponsors

Construction Products Association

 

The Construction Products Association represents the UK's manufacturers and suppliers of construction products components and fittings. It acts as the voice of the construction products sector representing the industry-wide view of its members. Every company that belongs to one of the 44 trade association members is a member of the Construction Products Association. www.constructionproducts.org.uk/

 


British Gas

 

British Gas is the UK's leading energy supplier, with more people choosing it to supply energy to their homes than any other supplier. www.britishgas.co.uk

 


SEBRAE

 

The Brazilian Service of Support for Micro and Small Enterprises encourage Brazil's entrepreneurship and devlopment. Sebrae has a clear and transparent mission of offering to micro and small enterprises the conditions necessary for their survival, prosperity and active contribution to the country's growth through the generation of jobs and income. www.sebrae.com.br/

 


Gentoo Group

 

Gentoo Group consists of five businesses, including construction company and housing association. Gentoo Sunderland is a housing association with 70,000 plus residents. Gentoo Construction delivers a range of services that ranges from 'out of hours' domestic repair to major commercial projects. It was the main contractor responsible for modernising Gentoo Sunderland's social housing stock beyond the Decent Homes standard five years ahead of schedule, using a Partnering Framework to increase efficiency. www.gentoogroup.com

 


Nanotechnologies KTN

 

The role of the NanoKTN is to simplify the nanotechnology Innovation landscape by providing a clear and focused vehicle for the rapid transfer of high-quality information on technologies, markets, funding and partnering opportunities. www.nanoktn.com

 


BIS

 

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is making a difference by supporting sustained growth and higher skills across the economy. BIS: working together for growth. Almost everything that BIS does – from investing in skills to making markets more dynamic and reducing regulation, and from promoting trade to boosting innovation and helping people start and grow a business – helps drive growth. www.bis.gov.uk

 


Technology Strategy Board

 

The Technology Strategy Board is the UK's national innovation agency. Our goal is to accelerate economic growth by stimulating and supporting business-led innovation. We understand business, and our people come mainly from business. We work right across government, business and the research community - removing the barriers to innovation, bringing organisations together to focus on opportunities, and investing in the development of new technology-based products and services for future markets. www.innovateuk.org

 


BT

 

BT offers a wide range of products and services to help your business cope with today's increasingly complex global communications. Choose one of these products or services to learn how we can help with your CRM, network security, unified communications, and mobile connection needs. www.bt.com

 


UK Green Building Council

 

Our mission is to radically improve the sustainability of the built environment, by transforming the way it is planned, designed, constructed, maintained and operated. www.ukgbc.org

 


Saint Gobain

 

Saint-Gobain's businesses form a robust, integrated supply chain partner that has the strength and flexibility to support the most diverse range of customer requirements. This adds up to a unique capability that can support everything from the biggest landmark projects, such as the Emirates Stadium and Fort Dunlop, to ongoing repair and maintenance programmes. As well as fast, efficient access to a comprehensive range of products, we can provide specialist technical expertise and resources. From product specification and design, to fabrication and delivery to site or production line, we are committed to working closely with our customers to help them get the most out of our products and services. www.saint-gobain.co.uk


Sustain magazine

sustain’ is the only dedicated UK magazine for Sustainability, Business and the Built Environment. Now under new ownership, sustain’ Magazine is fully recharged and will be championing the business case for sustainability throughout the coming year across a variety of media platforms and events. The sustain’ Magazine Awards – taking place in March 2012 – will again be showcasing the hard work and commitment of all those achieving success in the field of sustainability. sustain’ magazine is written for joined-up readers: from architects to fund managers, from property developers to conservationists, from contractors to climate-change consultants, from marketers to boardroom leaders, from retailers to policy-makers.

 For more info on sustain’ magazine and the sustain’ Magazine Awards, visit: www.sustainmagazine.com or call: 0161 874 7888


 

BASF

BASF, the worlds leading chemical company, supplies the products of its 14 operating divisions to business partners in over 200 countries - helping customers in almost all industries to be more successful. BASF offers to the construction industry one of the broadest portfolios of raw materials, formulations and systems for energy efficient and sustainable construction. BASF has been working in partnership with customers and designers across the world to demonstrate how, through innovative, competent and reliable solutions, energy efficiency in buildings can be achieved. BASF products and solutions have been actively contributing to energy efficiency in a number of UK projects, notably the BASF House at The University of Nottingham and the BRE Victorian Terrace. These projects feature a range of BASF energy efficient products, including innovative insulation foams, admixtures for concrete, phase change materials and pigments for solar heat management. Further information on BASF is available on the Internet at www.basf.co.uk

 


NHS

 

The NHS was born out of a long-held ideal that good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of wealth. At its launch by the then minister of health, Aneurin Bevan, on July 5, 1948, it had at its heart three core principles:

  • That it meet the needs of everyone
  • That it be free at the point of delivery
  • That it be based on clinical need, not ability to pay

These three principles have guided the development of the NHS over more than half a century and remain

 


 

Sponsorship Opportunities

A range of sponsorship packages are available for Insite11. For information on sponsorship opportunities please download sponsor packages info or email insite11sponsorship@bre.co.uk

  • Sustainable retrofit of buildings
  • Re-Vitalising communities
  • Wellbeing